Superstar Amitabh Bachchan is a huge social media freak and makes it a point to daily interact with his fans. His posts include throwbacks, riddles, anecdotes, jokes and lots of ‘did you know?’ and he sure keeps us entertained. Well, the actor’s latest post is on the latter lines. Recently, Big B took to his Twitter account and shared the importance of heart emoticons of different colours. Right from what red heart means to the importance of black, green and yellow hearts; read on to know what the legendary actor has learned latest.
The Deewar actor’s tweet read, “T 3461 -never knew that heart Emoji's of different colours had different meanings ..SO, found out and here it is .. Red heart .. true love, also passion ,romance. Black heart .. opposite context to red, represents morbidity, sorrow. Yellow heart .. happiness , friendship. Green heart .. jealousy, feeling of envy or organic & healthy living. Purple Heart .. compassion or love ; sharing snaps or outfits tag with Purple Heart. Blue heart .. trust, harmony, peace, loyalty.”
He added, “💖 this to be used to draw attention, 💗💓 .. falling in love, having butterflies, heart alarm emoji, nervous butterflies in stomach when texting loved ones ..💞 .. heart inside a heart .. showing growing feelings .. feel like they are falling in love.”
Check out the tweet below:
T 3461 -never knew that heart Emoji's of different colours had different meanings .. SO , found out and here (cont) https://t.co/i1gaMCrclN— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) March 6, 2020
Interesting! Who knew all these different colour hearts had various significances? (ALSO READ - Amitabh Bachchan-Jaya Bachchan’s Delightful Throwback From Their Early Days Is Too Romantic To Miss – PIC)
On the work front, Amitabh Bachchan is gearing up for the release of his upcoming films like Brahmastra, Gulabo Sitabo, Chehre and Jhund among others.
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